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Real bread, red bread

The expression “the best thing since sliced bread” is profoundly ironic. Grain is packed with nutrients, but plastic wrapped sliced “bread” is generally made with flour that’s been ground with hot steel rollers, which damage and degrade the nutrients, and then baked with the Chorleywood Bread Process (CBP), a heinously misguided mechanisation of the bread-making process developed in England in the 1950s. 1,127 more words


Well Hellooooo there

Happy Spring! If you’re reading this, you’ve survived that extra “special” winter we were graced with. Congratulations on making it to the other side!

A lot of people have been asking ‘Whats going on with the bread/bakery?’ and ‘Where/When? 403 more words

The Slow Bread Company

Bread is an everyday staple food that is considered by many people to be the ‘staff of life’. It is a truly universal food that is produced in many forms, based on regional culinary traditions and customs. 331 more words

Loaf refinement.

Good afternoon world!

If you’ve been following my rebirth as a baker, you will know that I’ve been on a hunt for my basic sourdough loaf recipe (see ‘Finding my bread’). 562 more words

Real Bread for Real People

Reality is something I have always questioned. Highly suspect. My first hint to the semi-permeability of existence, I think, was when I first noticed that people could disappear. 970 more words

Yeast Breads

Best thing since sliced bread

Something happened a year and a half ago. We were on holiday in Switzerland staying with my brother in law and his (now) wife. We were due to go out for the day and we were being a bit slow getting ready. 916 more words

Goats Cheese & Basil Bread

Today marks the first anniversary of The Gingerbread Woman. Where on earth has the last year gone?! It really has been a whirl wind, involving new career opportunities, recipe writing, turning 30 (Eeek!) and not forgetting marrying my best friend, The Chief Taster. 370 more words